Grading the Strength of Each Position on Cowboys Roster Heading into Free Agency

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Grading the Strength of Each Position on Cowboys Roster Heading into Free Agency
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After a third straight 8-8 season for the Dallas Cowboys, head coach Jason Garrett must once again look over his roster and figure out what went wrong. Much like Garrett will do this offseason, this article looks at every position on Dallas' roster to decide which needs new blood via free agency.

If a position receives an "A" letter grade, it means it does not need to be addressed in free agency. A "B" grade means the position could use a veteran who won't cost a ton to bring in.

A "C" or "D" grade means that the position needs a solid veteran to come in. An "F" means the team needs to bring in a big-name free agent at the position.

According to Tom Pelissero of USA Today, the Cowboys are currently more than $20 million over the $126.3 million salary cap set for the 2014 season. It's important to keep that fact in mind when thinking about which veterans owner Jerry Jones can lure to Dallas this year.

Here's a look at which positions the Cowboys need to upgrade and which are just fine heading into next season.

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